Japanese Voices Planned for Bleach: Soul Resurreccion

Bleach: Soul Resurreccion is flash stepping it’s way to North America August 2011 thanks to video game publisher NIS America! On the official NIS America forums, company representative Houk has confirmed the publisher is working on bringing the talents of the Japanese Bleach anime cast to the game – “As of right now, Bleach is planned to be dual audio. So unless some issue arises between now and release that would make it impossible, you can count on having both Japanese and English voices.”

Also, according to IGN, the game will feature a story mode and a mission mode which will last players over 100 hours! Story mode and mission mode are two separate modes, but there hasn’t been any elaboration by IGN or NIS America at this time on what the difference between the two will be.

Lastly, Amazon.com has revealed what just may be the official Bleach: Soul Resurreccion box art. If you recall, we revealed the Japanese version of the box art a few days ago. There are a few semantic differences between the American and Japanese box arts like the top left ink splotches, the ESRB rating logo, and the NIS America logo, but for the most part they are pretty similar.

Bleach Soul Resurreccion Box Art

Bleach: Soul Resurreccion is an action/adventure game under development by Sony for the PlayStation 3. It will feature 21 playable characters from the Bleach anime/manga series, free-roaming action, various game modes, and the ability to customize and level up characters. Japan will also receive the game this year on June 23rd under the title Bleach: Soul Ignition.